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Product Momentum Podcast: Continuous Learning from the Best Minds in Product Leadership

77 / Building Human Solutions for Human Problems

We product leaders work to solve problems that are fundamentally human, explains Tatyana Mamut, Senior VP of New Products at Pendo. By the people. With the people. For the people. Applying a human-centered mindset is key to creating value for our customers. An anthropologist by training, Tatyana brings her unique perspective to how product people … Continued

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Tatyana Mamut
Pendo

76 / JTBD and the Benefits of Self-Disruption

Jay Haynes, founder and CEO of thrv.com, guests on this episode of the Product Momentum Podcast. He and Paul discuss market disruption and the role Jobs-To-Be-Done plays in assessing the risks and optimizing the benefits. Jay learned all about the phenomenon of disruption from the late Clay Christensen; it’s what happens when market leaders become … Continued

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Jay Haynes
thrv.com

75 / Relatedness: The Catalyst for Care and Creativity

In this final episode of our 3-part series on Self-Determination Theory, Scott Rigby, Ph.D. discusses Relatedness – “the experience of belonging or connection between people.” As product leaders, we feel the power of that connection when a customer says, “Wow, it’s like the people who designed this app were thinking about me when they built … Continued

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Scott Rigby, Ph.D.
Immersyve Inc.

74 / Crafting A Product Vision Begins With ‘Scaling Trust’

Among the many lessons Shopify’s Mamuna Oladipo has learned in her career is that communicating a product vision isn’t a “one-and-done” exercise. Working with such diverse audiences requires product leaders to create a narrative around the vision and communicate it multiple times, in different ways. Not everyone, she explains, digests information in the same way … Continued

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Mamuna Oladipo
Shopify

73 / The Competence Ramp: From Efficacy to Mastery

Scott Rigby, Ph.D. joins Sean and Paul for the second in a three-part series on Self-Determination Theory – specifically, the basic human needs of Autonomy, Competence, and Relatedness. In this episode, our conversation centers around Competence: the need to be effective and successful at what we’re doing. It doesn’t come easily, or immediately; rather, it’s … Continued

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Scott Rigby, Ph.D.
Immersyve Inc.